Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Manga Review: That Wolf-Boy is Mine!, Volume 4, by Yoko Nogiri

Rating (Out of 5): ~3.5
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: March 2017
Volumes: 4.
Spoilers?: No.
Volumes: 1. 3.

Goodreads Synopsis:

Komugi's not sure what to expect when her family moves to the remote northern island of Hokkaido, and she starts at a new high school. But she certainly didn't expect a boy to come up to her and say, "Gee... you smell good, somehow!" That boy is Yu Ogami, and Komugi finds herself strangely drawn to him. But when she sees him in an unguarded moment, she discovers he's a werewolf! Now she has a choice to make: to keep his secret, or to ask for help and risk angering a wolf-boy?


Finally, we get some answers. We find out what happened when they were kids, what happened with Yu's mother. I like that Kuro, while he is the one who was wrong in the beginning, doesn't end on a bad note. He was mistaken, but he doesn't fight being wrong. Rin lets his feelings be pushed aside in the end. The plot between Komugi and Yu, the romance, ends rather nicely in my opinion.
This series was enjoyable, though I do think that it was a little under-developed. Plots and characters weren't as complex as they could have been. But I'm still happy with how it all wrapped up. I also liked the bonus chapter, as it showed us why Senri is the way he is, why he's so indifferent.
This was a very short, and enjoyable series.

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